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1. 5 Proven Ways to Improve at Chess
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... but who has listened? Not many. It is true that today you need to know theory in order to survive the opening, but it should not take all the time you have for training. Knowing by heart theoretical endgames ...
2. Big question: 1.e4 or 1.d4?
(Articles/Openings)
... and Grunfeld the exchanges are not easily achieved. The tension lasts longer and, therefore, the games are usually longer. Another upside of playing 1.d4 is that white depends less on theory and mistakes ...
ChessPublishing.com is a well-known site devoted to opening theory. This column deals with updates on recent developments from the site. Focus would be both on topical variations and rare lines ...
...  Ruy Lopez is one of the most popular chess openings with the theory developed up to move 40. White has multiple ideas in his sleeve. One of the main ones are spoiling black’s pawn structure or keeping ...
5. 10 Reasons You’re Not 2000 Rated – Yet
(Articles/Training Techniques)
...  7. You don’t play enough chess Not playing any chess is another extreme case. There are some “theoretical chess experts” who spend 100% of their time reading theory books, studying openings, following ...
... endgames when its weakness is greatly felt by the side that has it. However, that sounds easier in theory than in practice and sometimes, even if you had reached an endgame where your opponent has an isolated ...
7. 7 Ways to Beat Under 1600 players
(Articles/General Information)
... in the range of 1500-1600, know theory to a certain extent. If you have greater knowledge it will be easy to obtain an advantage out of the opening.However, if your level is similar then it is best to ...
... fixed pawn structures or bishops in open positions. One last point we would like to mention is regarding the opening: 7. Theory: It is very possible that in this age of information even a beginner ...
9. 5 Tips to Build Your Own Chess Training Program
(Articles/Training Techniques)
... day of training to reviewing openings and only that. Feel free to go through the theory written by yourself in the notes of your analyzed games or opening manuals. Learn the openings by heart. This is ...
... one of the most solid defenses in chess theory. No wonder Magnus Carlsen plays it as well! Those 8 openings are the most common openings that Magnus Calrsen plays. It doesn’t mean however he cannot play ...
ChessPublishing.com is a well-known site devoted to opening theory. This column deals with updates on recent developments from the site. Focus would be both on topical variations and rare lines ...
... to them is essential. If you have a chess coach then it can be done easily. If you don’t, choose lines that fit with your playing style. Trust but double check Look into the established theory by ...
... player, openings will always be a matter of concern. The theory grows with every game played around the globe and it is almost impossible to have an eternal opening. Besides, it would be boring. In this ...
... start your training using the day-by-day program. 3. Learn your book Focus only on the few opening systems that you will play with white and black. Dedicate one training session to learn the theory; ...
ChessPublishing.com is a well-known site devoted to opening theory. This column deals with updates on recent developments from the site. Focus would be both on topical variations and rare lines ...
16. 10 Biggest Grandmaster Mistakes
(Articles/General Information)
Making mistakes is a big part of chess. Chess games are won or lost solely because of mistakes. It is literally impossible to play "perfect game" because evaluation changes as theory progresses. There ...
17. 6 Ways Chess Masters Think Differently
(Articles/General Information)
... at chess. They focus on things like tactics, endgame mastery, opening theory but fail to address the most important issue – THINKING. In this article we will discover the six ways chess masters think differently ...
18. Hedgehog According to Karpov
(Articles/Openings)
... its early beginnings, the Hedgehog has been more about positional understanding and less about memorizing theoretical lines. Although modern theory has developed a lot in this system, it still requires ...
... players of that time, for example against Emmanuel Lasker, Saemisch, Gruenfeld and others. The Torre system began to gain followers and its theory started to develop deeper. To this day, Torre’s games ...
...  Less theory – Undoubtedly the star point of this system is the considerable less theory to learn in order to play it. There are no forced moves or forced variations; it is a line to outplay opponents ...
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